“Integrity is doing the right thing, even if nobody is watching.”

Jim Stovall

“In the end, a person is only know by the impact he or she has on others. The Gift of Work: He who loves his work never labors. The Gift of Money: Money is nothing more than a tool. It can be a force for good, a force for evil, or simple be idle. The Gift of Friends: It is a wealthy person, indeed, who calculates riches not in gold but in friends. The Gift of Learning: Education is a lifelong journey whose destination expands as you travel. The desire and hunger for education is the key to real learning. The Gift of Problems: Problems can only be avoided by exercising good judgment. Good judgment can only be gained by experiencing life's problems. The Gift of Family: Some people are born into wonderful families. Others have to find or create them. Being a member of a family is a priceless privilege which costs nothing but love. The Gift of Laughter: Laughter is good medicine for the soul. Our world is desperately in need of more such medicine. The Gift of Dreams: Faith is all that dreamers need to see into the future. The Gift of Giving: The only way you can truly get more out of life for yourself is to give part of yourself away. One of the key principles in giving, is that the gift must be yours to give-either something you earned or created or maybe, simply, part of yourself. The Gift of Gratitude: In those times when we yearn to have more in our lives, we should dwell on the things we already have. In doing so, we will often find that our lives are already full to overflowing. The Golden List: Every morning before getting up visualize a golden tablet on which is written ten things in your life you are especially thankful for. The Gift of a Day: Life at its essence boils down to one day at a time. Today is the Day! If we can learn how to live one day to its fullest, our lives will be rich and meaningful. The Gift of Love: Love is a treasure for which we can never pay. The only way we keep it is to give it away. The Ultimate Gift: In the end, life lived to its fullest is its own ultimate gift.”

Jim Stovall

“We have become a society of people that loves to blame someone else for our condition.”

Jim Stovall

“When we can learn from our own problems, we begin to deal with life. When we can learn from other people’s problems, we begin to master life.”

Jim Stovall

“and better, makes us all proud. But let us never forget that, when you’ve lost everything that you own, but you still have your friends and family around you and the desire to go on, you still have everything.”

Jim Stovall

“it is more important how you change the lives of those whom you touch every day than whether or not you change the world.”

Jim Stovall

“In those times when we yearn to have more in our lives, we should dwell on the things we already have. In doing so, we will often find that our lives are already full to overflowing.”

Jim Stovall

“manageable problem. “If we are not allowed to deal with small problems, we will be destroyed by slightly larger ones. When we come to understand this fact, we live our lives not avoiding problems, but welcoming them as challenges that will strengthen us so that we can be victorious in the future.”

Jim Stovall

“It is impossible to experience fear, hate, or defeat when we are laughing.”

Jim Stovall

“Laughter is good medicine for the soul. Our world is desperately in need of more such medicine.”

Jim Stovall

“Conventional wisdom would say that the less you give, the more you have. The converse is true. The more you give, the more you have.”

Jim Stovall

“Only when we try to understand one another's suffering can we begin to bring each other joy.”

Jim Stovall

“The only way to truly get more out of life for yourself is to give part of yourself away.”

Jim Stovall

“Success lies in the balance between seeking and striving on one hand and being peaceful and content on the other.”

Jim Stovall

“the desire and hunger for education is the key to real learning.”

Jim Stovall


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